What you get when you buy a book… so please review.

7 thoughts on “What you get when you buy a book… so please review.

  1. After thinking about this for a while, I’ve decided that readers (unless they are also writers) would be concerned only with the story. The writer’s process (number of rewrites or edits) and how the writer felt while creating the work are rightly irrelevant to the reader. The sentiments expressed in the post may broaden a reader’s perspective on a novel or story, but I think it’s a mistake to make them reasons for writing a review.

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  2. I agree with Fran. If it’s not a good book, it’s better NOT to review it, although you can communicate with the author privately. If it’s a great book, I will sing its praised from the rafters for the pleasure I had reading it!

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  3. No, no and no – just because a product took long and involved a lot of attention in doing I am not obliged to review. No, No and NO! And just because YOU, the writer, think it is the ONLY book that is worth reading, your own little snowflake, for me it is just one of over 150 books I have not read yet! Don’t sell books if you cannot stand the idea that books are goods.



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